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# Integers and polynomials are both _[blank 1]_ under addition, subtraction...

Integers and polynomials are both _[blank 1]_ under addition, subtraction, and multiplication; however, operations on polynomials _[blank 2]_ while operations on integers _[blank 3]_.

match each blank with the words or phrases that correctly fill in each blank to make the previous sentence true.

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produce irrational results
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produce polynomial results
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produce integer results
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